Bloom’s Taxonomy: CurricUNET Chart provides verbs which can be useful for the“exit skills” section of the course outline – cognitive, affective, and psychomotor outcomes, particularly those from the higher three levels of Bloom’s taxonomy, which relate to higher order critical thinking.
C-ID Super Numbering System (SB 1415) – developed to ease the transfer/articulation burdens in California’s higher educational institutions.
About C-ID – “a faculty-driven system to assign numbers to significant transfer courses, and a response to needs of transfer partners and their transfer initiatives,” e.g. SB 1440/Transfer Degrees. TMC (Transfer Model Curriculum) and Descriptors – “are offered to encourage wider articulation and to expand the lower division curricular offerings and thereby increase the variety—and ensure the rigor—of our many Community College courses.”
Laney College currently has 147 courses C-ID approved and 23 transfer degrees as of September 2019.
|1. PCCD (Peralta Community College District) Documents1. Guidelines to Implement for Associate Degrees and Certificates (Administrative Procedure 4100) June 17,, 2019
2. PCCD district wide manual, PCAPH(Program and Course Approval Process Handbook, 129 pages), 4th ed., 2018 (For Faculty & Administrators)